Getting ready to use Cormas (v.2017.11)
This is the new official version of Cormas. We continue to design the framework towards two directions: 1) to enable the development of interactive simulations, and 2) to facilitate the collective design and implementation of models.
Compared to the previous one, this version focuses more on the first point: to interact more easily with the agents of a simulation in order to participate, alone or with others, in the execution of a scenario. This version is particularly suitable for:
The main interface of Cormas
You can install by two ways: a simple and reduced installation, or a full installation of VisualWorks and Cormas:
The following file is for a minimal installation of VisualWorks and Cormas.
Full installation of VW and Cormas
1. Install VW7.6nc
Cormas has been developped for the 7.6 non-commercial version of VisualWorks® (Cincom Systems). VW must be installed on your computer. As the 7.6 version of VW is not anymore available on Cincom web site, and on the condition that you agree not to use Cormas for commercial purposes, you can directly download vw7.6nc (version for Windows and for Mac os X) from Cormas site. It is recommended to unzip the archive directly under the root of your hard drive to minimize configuration problems that may arise with recalcitrant OS.
2. Install Cormas (VERSION : Cormas v.2017.11.9)
2a. Install Cormas for the first time
Download the latest version of Cormas (cormas2017_Full.zip, 20 MB) of November 2017. Unzip this Cormas folder into the directory VW7.6nc. The subdirectory 'cormas' is created. It already contains the cormas.im file (instructions are detailed here). Copy your models in the subdirectory VW7.6nc/cormas/Models/.
(Keep your old version of Cormas. If an older version of Cormas is already installed on your computer, you can keep this version. Just change the directory name 'cormas' to 'cormas_Old' or whatever.)
or 2b. Update your Cormas previous version
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